This study evaluates whether screening for homelessness during hospitalization and deploying outpatient care managers to the inpatient setting to rapidly connect patients to community social services reduce hospital readmissions.
This publication provides a framework outlining the unique responsibilities of governmental public health and can be used to explain the vital role of governmental public health in a thriving community; identify capacity and resource gaps; determine the cost for assuring foundational activities; and justify funding needs
Rethinking Value: Perspectives on the Benefits of Cross-Sector Collaboratives Serving Populations with Complex Health and Social Needs
This brief explores how different organizations and community members define and measure the value of cross-sector collaboration by convening key informant focus groups with organizations and also with affiliated community members involved in cross-sector efforts.
Addressing the Social Needs of Medicaid Enrollees Through Managed Care: Lessons and Promising Practices from the Field
This publication describes the perspectives of Medicaid managed care organizations representatives on the lessons learned and emerging promising practices from addressing social determinants of health among their Medicaid enrollees.